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[135] Me Satyri. To the perfidy and inconstancy of Helen, she opposes ber own unshaken chastity. Pan and the Satyrs pursued in vain. Even Apollo could not obtain her without a long struggle; for he bore away the marks of her resentment. He is here called Munitor Troiae, because, with Neptune, he is said to have raised the walls of Troy, for a reward promised to them by Laomedon.

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